Cannabis and hemp flowers contain countless terpenes. Each with a slightly different effect, smell, and properties. These terpenes bring an extra dimension to the otherwise popular cannabinoids that receive so much focus. Some smell like lemons. Others like musk. And they each have a unique modulating effect on the product as a whole. Alpha bisabolol is a terpene that is found naturally in a variety of plants, including chamomile and candeia. If you’ve ever smelled Chamomile tea you have an idea what it’s like. It is a colorless and clear liquid that has a mild, floral aroma with hints of spice. In terms of its effects on the body, alpha bisabolol has been found to have anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties, as well as being a natural pain reliever. These properties make it a popular ingredient in a variety of personal care and cosmetic products, such as lotions, creams, and ointments, where it is used to soothe the skin and reduce redness and irritation. Some study also suggest that it has potential for wound healing properties, for skin recovery and for reduction of irritation caused by acne. Additionally, alpha bisabolol is used in the fragrance industry as a fixative, helping to prolong the life of the scent of a perfume. Alpha Bisabolol is also found in some varieties of cannabis, which could have positive impact in the user experience, in some cases could aid to relaxation and reduce pain.